It would be hard to name another news story in ancient or modern history that has leaped on front pages and television screens around the globe in such a few days.
It’s been a somber couple of months for many. Mother’s Day came and went and hopefully those of us with mothers who are still alive, were able to pay tribute to them in some way, whether it was a card, a phone call or maybe FaceTime.
In what is probably the greatest folly America has witnessed inside the office of the leader of the Free World, President Donald J. Trump may crash his responsibilities into a global disaster for people everywhere.
Two months or more with little or no income is unacceptable, but what are people to do when we’re forced out of work or had their hours reduced, due to the global pandemic. There are food banks and other resources to help with food, but what about utilities? Southern California Edison and So…
In the week after Donald Trump’s election in 2016, Russia used its fake accounts on social media to organize a rally in New York City supporting the president-elect — and another rally in New York decrying him.
In the first half of the 20th century, Boston birthed Leonard Bernstein, composer of “West Side Story,” Thomas L. Phillips, who would build Raytheon and Paul Zoll, who pioneered the use of electricity to treat cardiac arrest.
People all over the world have been wondering about the mysteries of the Coronavirus pandemic. Time magazine has attempted to answer the most frequently asked questions.
We keep hearing about how the price of certain goods has dropped amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Airfare is dirt cheap, gas prices are cheaper and things like car insurance, cars, apparel and hotels have become more affordable.
Washington D.C.’s squirrel-cage culture has produced a new news cycle in which the U.S. Department of Justice on Thursday dropped its criminal case against Michael Flynn, who earlier pleaded guilty to lying to FBI agents and Vice President Mike Pence.
Formerly the trade symbols for circus clowns and Halloween trick or treaters, facial masks have now been embraced by the world’s always hustling fashion industry as emblems of style and wealth.
In late April, the world’s biggest aerospace companies outlined various survival plans to reverse the heavy damages caused by the Coronavirus pandemic and the downward pressure on global passenger air travel.
Under the headline, “The Small Business Die-Off Is Here,” Annie Lowrey, staff writer for The Atlantic magazine, found reporting future predictions wholly accurate when they are currently occurring in the news.
Face coverings are commonplace these days. They serve as a way to slow the spread of the virus and help people who may have the virus and do not know it, from transmitting it to others.
As we all remain shut in for the most part, save for those essential trips out and about, we are inundated with news about COVID-19. You cannot turn on the TV without seeing some sort of special report, daily briefing or other news related to the virus.
On April 25, the Washington Post ran a piece by “Morning Joe” Scarborough, who wrote that in January, February, March and April that President Donald Trump had been delivering his magical thinking.
This COVID pandemic has done many things, but one thing that remains a constant is the fact that civil discourse, for the most part, remains absent in the letters to the editor.
Following three years of contentious arguments over the claim that orchestrated Russian interference was conducted in the 2016 election, perpetrated to elect Trump, has now been verified by the U.S. Senate’s bipartisan intelligence committee.
In her 1994, 750-page nonfiction book, Newsday writer Laurie Garrett posted an enormous body of research that we are now experiencing in real time as the Coronavirus pandemic unfolds its frighteningly deadly deeds all around the world.
“Where is Today in History,” is a question we’ve received via email a few times. Add to that, “Where are the lottery numbers, community news events and assorted other items?”
Writers of American history will have to search long and hard to top Donald Trump’s horribly batched campaign optics that were committed in just the past week.
Although the answer has been delayed for months during the tumbling, rocky campaign, former president Barack Obama on Tuesday, posted a 12-minute video to announce his endorsement of Joseph R. Biden Jr. as the next president of the United States.
Worried business leaders and government officials are turning their attention to a coming challenge in the fight against the Coronavirus pandemic: Reopening a $22 trillion United States economy that has been shut down like never before.
‘I do not make this decision lightly,” Bernie Sanders proclaimed on Wednesday, officially declaring that he was announcing the end of his campaign for the presidency of the United States.
With Lancaster City Council supporting Mayor Rex Parris’s call for residents to wear something to cover their mouths and noses when out in public, our Valley has embraced a fast-spreading requirement that is being legislated into law all across the country.
On Thursday, major banks were still awaiting guidance from the U.S. Treasury Department on how to lend money approved in the $350 billion relief program that forms part of the government’s new $2 trillion economic package.
There’s plenty going on these days that deserves some discussion. Admittedly, most of it is grim news and we can’t seem to escape the constant updates regarding the Coronavirus. Whether it’s new cases or an increase in deaths related to the virus, state and national officials always seem to …